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Jeffrey Brody

Jeffrey Brody

January 26, 2021
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Donations are being accepted for:
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

1400 K Street NW #1200, District Of Columbia, DC 20005

Obituary

On January 26, 2021, of Kamas, Utah. Beloved husband of Lyse; loving father of Jake and Jordan Brody; loving stepfather of Adam (Lyka) Scalia; cherished son of Goldie and Marvin Brody; devoted brother of Robyn (Stephen, dec.) Greenhouse and Fred (Elizabeth) Brody; and beloved uncle to Ryan, Tyler, and Dylan Greenhouse and Lila and Juliette Brody.

Jeff grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and graduated Pikesville Senior High in 1980. He was a proud graduate of the University of North Carolina. He obtained a JD from Concord Law School and an MA in Organizational Development from the University of Maryland. His lifelong career in and passion for Human Resources included work at Northrup Grumman, Alliant Technologies, and most recently ManTech, and an appointment as a visiting Executive Lecturer at the University of Virginia, Darden School of Business. His career ultimately led him to CGI and Montreal, Canada where he met his wife, Lyse. Their adventures together fulfilled lifelong dreams and were highlighted by many travels and the company of family and friends.

Jeff was a dedicated father who was proud of his sons. He was a lover of Napa Valley cabs, the Grateful Dead, practical jokes, the art museums of Europe, and the mountains of Utah.

Donations in his memory can be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation or Summit Land Conservancy (Park City, Utah). Details regarding a celebration of life will be forthcoming.
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Paige Nathan

Posted at 05:05pm
Brody Family - so sorry for your loss. I knew Jeffrey in high school and he was such a sweet guy with a great sense of humor. Hopefully fond memories will bring some comfort during this sad time.
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Casey Cummings

Posted at 12:44pm
I was sorry to hear the passing of Jeff. I knew Jeff at Pikesville High School. Although time has fogged my memory, I remember Jeff treated all with respect and always in good humor. From the comments, Jeff moved on to live a tremendous life. Our thoughts are with you.
JA

Joan and Lowell Abramson

Posted at 03:03pm
Dear Goldie, Marvin, Robin and Fred,
We are at a loss for words of comfort, but want you to know we are thinking of you and mourning with you. Our families have known each other for 50+ years and we had the pleasure and enjoyment of watching Jeffrey grow and mature from childhood to fatherhood. May your loving memories always sustain you and be for a blessing.
Love, Joan and Lowell
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Beeny and Roy Finkelstein

Posted at 07:37am

Dear Goldie, Marvin and family,
We were saddened to read about the passing of your beloved Jeffrey. Special memories fill our minds as we remember the old days on Verbena Road many years ago, with all of the kids on our street running and playing and the warmth of the families as new friendships grew.
And yet, there are no words that are adequate at a time like this. Our hearts are full and we send our most sincere condolences to you and your family. We pray that all of the fond memories you have will ease your grief and help to comfort you .
With our love and hearts aching for you and your family,
Beeny and Roy Finkelstein
LF

Linda Freud

Posted at 11:08pm
Goldie and Marvin and family, I am so sorry for your loss. We have known each other for so long and the pride you showed when speaking about your children was always so apparent. May loving memories help to ease your grief at this very sad time.
RD

Rachel Dubin

Posted at 09:25pm
Dear Goldie and Marvin and family,
My condolences. May Jeff’s memory be a blessing.
Much love, Rachel
TM

Tsipi and Michael

Posted at 02:56pm
To Our Dear Goldie, Marvin, Robin, and Fred, we are so saddened to learn of Jeffrey's much much too soon passing. The Brody and Renbaum families had the pure joy of living next to one another and experiencing the growth and development of our children. So many endearing memories packed in those years. Jeffrey, Robin, and Fred were mentors to Mark and Steven in their earliest years, and served as models for what good young adults should look like. Our families blended so well, how could we not love all of you like we were one. None of these heartwarming memories will ever leave us, nor not appreciate knowing the very fine man Jeffrey grew to be. We pain for all of you, May you know no more sorrow.
Love, Tsipi and Michael
SC

Sharon & Irv Caplan

Posted at 02:13pm
Dearest Goldie and Marvin, Our hearts break for you. You have raised such a beautiful family and we hope the good memories will outshine these tragedies. We are so sorry.
RZ

Rhoda Zeligman

Posted at 01:24pm
Dear Goldie and Marvin...we were so saddened to hear of Jeffrey's untimely passing. He was one of the most elegant, and refined young people we have ever met. He and his wife were a beautiful couple...in all ways. The wonderful chemistry between them was so apparent. May the infinite memories of him keep smiles on your faces, for years to come. Love, Rhoda & Murray
RF

Ronnie Footlick

Posted at 12:47pm
Dear Brody family.....my deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved Jeffrey. As neighbors we delighted in watching Robin and her brothers grow into wonderful and successful adults. We are deeply saddened for you all. Leslie and Randi join me in prayers for your peace.
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Susan and Howard Rubenstein

Posted at 11:15am
Our deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved Jeffrey. May his memory always be a blessing to all who knew him.
MW

Martha and Stan Weiman

Posted at 10:50am
Goldie & Marvin, Our sincere condolence on the loss your son, Jeffrey. May your fond memories sustain you at this difficult time.
MS

Marlene & Bruce Solomon

Posted at 10:39am
Dear Mr. & Mrs. Brody & Family,
We were deeply saddened to learn of the passing of your beloved son, Jeffrey. May all of your memories help sustain each of you through this difficult time. May he Rest In Peace.
With deepest sympathy,
Marlene & Bruce Solomon & the staff of
Solomon Plumbing, Heating & Air :-(
RF

Ruth Fader

Posted at 09:53am
Dear Robyn,
My daughter Betsy told me the sad news of the untimely passing of your brother Jeffrey. My most sincere sympathy to you and to your loving family.
BD

Benjy Dubin

Posted at 09:47am
Brody family:
My sincere condolences. As neighbors we watched Jeffrey grow up and enjoyed many simchas together. May his memory be a blessing.
Benjy
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Ellen & Alvin Levi

Posted at 09:10am
Goldie and Marvin, and Family
Please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved son Jeff.
MR

Marcia & Bernie Rubin

Posted at 09:08am
We knew Jeff growing up as a close friend of our son Alan- we are so sad. Jeff was an adorable kid
and we know that Alan and many others will surly miss him.
Fondly,
Marcia & Bernie Rubin
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Ellen & Larry Schwartz

Posted at 08:40am
We are so sorry to learn of the passing of your beloved son Jeffrey. We hope your fond memories of him will sustain you through this difficult time.
LG

Larry Getlan

Posted at 10:04pm
Sorry to hear about one of my good friends from Pikesville High class of 1980. My condolences to the family.
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Susan and Kenny Sprafkin

Posted at 05:15pm
Goldie, Marvin and family,
We are saddened to learn of Jeff’s passing. We hope you will continue to celebrate hiis wonderful life through your grandsons and your memories through the years
SM

Sherri and Sandy Minkin

Posted at 03:58pm
Dear Goldie and Marvin,
Please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved son Jeff. May your wonderful memories help to get you through this tragic time. May Jeff rest in peace.
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